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Mike Trout Stats
Mike Trout Projections | Rest of Season, Preseason, Next 7 Day
Mike Trout projected to 150 Games vs RHP and LHP with 12 team mixed fantasy value. This helps identify a player's platoon value for fantasy baseball based on pitcher handedness. These projections by Steamer are a MUCH better indicator of a hitter's platoon splits than in-season stats since it involves multiple years of data and has been properly regressed to league averages. Since games are neutralized across players, values for everyday players may look smaller than for preseason/season to date/rest of season where they benefit from playing time advantages vs other players. In general, left-handed hitters have larger platoon splits.
Mike Trout daily MLB projections and fantasy value for next 7-10 days. LU=Lineup. If the lineup has been released and incorporated into the projections, it is listed as "Live". Click link in LU to see the lineup at Baseball Press or click here to see Los Angeles Angels lineups for the last 6 days.
Mike Trout daily fantasy baseball projections for DFS sites such as DraftKings and FanDuel. LU=Lineup. If the lineup has been released and incorporated into the projections, it is listed as "Live". Click link in LU to see the lineup at Baseball Press as well as previous 3 days' lineups.
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Mike Trout Game Log | Last 30 Days
Mike Trout Batting Order Game Averages | Current Season
Mike Trout current season averages per batting order spot along with 12 team mixed fantasy value ($). Only includes games started. Games started percentages for RHP vs LHP are based on last 30 days.
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Mike Trout Stats | Season
Mike Trout stats and 5x5 fantasy value from 2010-2019.
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Mike Trout Stats | Monthly
Mike Trout 2019 fantasy value by month for 5x5 leagues.
Players exceeding projected BABIP are more likely to see a regression towards Expected AVG. Vice versa.
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Mike Trout Fantasy Baseball | Rest of Season Player Rater
Mike Trout Fantasy Baseball | Rest of Season Player Rater (non-standard 5x5)
Mike Trout Fantasy Baseball | Preseason Player Rater
Based on our adjusted Steamer projections for 5x5 leagues with 67/33 hitter/pitcher split.
Mike Trout Fantasy Baseball | Preseason Player Rater (non-standard 5x5)
Based on our adjusted Steamer projections with a 67/33 hitter/pitcher split.
Mike Trout Fantasy Baseball | Season to Date Player Rater
Mike Trout Fantasy Baseball | Season to Date Player Rater (non-standard 5x5)
Mike Trout 2020 Projections | Preseason
Mike Trout Fantasy Outlook For 2020
|Grey Albright Player Summary|
|Maybe because I ranked him 3rd overall vs. 1st or 2nd, but I can, for the first time, see an end to the supremacy Trout has reigned over us since 2012. Crazy how fast athlete primes are, right? I went back to look at my 2012 top 10 [remember, this is coming out of 2011, and before Trout became Mr. Man] and Miggy and Pujols were in the top three. Now those two guys need a tag team partner to run around the bases on a home run. Miggy became a top five pick in 2005, and Pujols entered top five convo in 2003, so his run was a tad longer. Seven to nine years for a top five prime? Not too shabby. Of course, Trout’s the best there ever was and I’m jumping the gun on saying he’s done, because with the internet you always have to be the 1st to say something, no matter how outrageous. How’sever, there’s some concerning bits in Trout’s profile. His fly ball rate was all the way up [literally] to 49.2%. That’s goofy high. Obviously, he’s not Rhys Hoskins or Jose Ramirez, who hit a lot of 370-foot fly ball outs, but Trout’s Hard Contact [43.8%] was 39th in the majors. No, silly, that’s not bad, but he’s getting prone to hitting dumpers into the left field bleachers, and you can kind understand why his BABIP came down to .298 [though he still hit .291 because so many line drives]. Plus, he just had foot surgery, and, at some point, his 10+ steal speed is going to become, 'Meh, it’s not worth it, my toesies needs their rest.' Again, he’s not bad, but I can see Trout’s 2nd act becoming 35 homers, .275 average and two steals, and a top 25 to 50 overall pick more now than I could last year.|
Player data for Mike Trout maintained by Rudy Gamble | Updated: EST